The two Zone Resources Inc. properties comprise a total of 200 claims covering 23,176 acres. The two blocks are:
The properties are located 120 kilometres southwest of the town of Kuujjuaq (formerly Fort Chimo), on the estuary of the Koksoak River, 50 kilometres upstream from Ungava Bay. Kuujjuaq is accessible by barge services, and its airport has daily flights to and from Montreal. The properties are between 280 and 370 kilometres north-northwest from Schefferville, at the end of the rail line from Sept-Iles. The Schefferville railway line is owned and operated by Tshiuetin Rail Transportation and is the only native-owned railway in Canada. It links with the QNS&L line from Wabush to Sept-Iles. Regular freight and passenger trains serve Schefferville.
On the Lac Edgar property, the McDonald and Ball No. 1 are also partially delineated zones with significant tonnage potential, although the historical data are less complete on this property.
An examination of government airborne magnetic surveys, carried out on wide spacing and thus not revealing much detail, indicates considerable strike lengths of iron formation that have only been partly tested in the past, probably because of poor outcrop. On the Lac Edgar and Girard Lake West properties, there is a total of 72 kilometres of favourable geology that needs to be thoroughly tested.